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This is a long overdue review. My boyfriend and I stayed at Monachyle Mhor in May 2013 (not an option on the drop down menu when writing this review), but since we keep remembering our time there, I thought it was about time to write...More
The food -this is really what you should be coming for - it's incredible
The service is excellent
The young and personable staff are really well trained and highly competent
The byre where we stayed was the perfect size for one night and very...More
We spent two-nights at the Monachyle Mhor Hotel, having received reports of excellence from some of our friends.
Located along a 6-mile single-track road, the hotel feels remote. The glen (and the drive through it) is beautiful, and although single-track is not a through road...More
The rooms were excellent comfy and clean. A little bit quirky shabby chic. The real winner is the bar and restaurant downstairs and if you are staying here look no further! Brekkie is not included in the reasonable room rate but is worth the extra...More
The food and staff were very good.. The room was fine if not luxurious but small touches like no DVDs available and iffy wifi make a difference at this level. Liked the place and experience but my conclusion has to be that it's overpriced as...More
Response from Lisboeta56 | Reviewed this property |
On 3 visits we have never been able to access wi-fi. It is a vrey remote location. To get a phone signal you need to move away from the hotel and stand near a very specific tree in the far garden to get any signal at all.
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"Ferry Waiting Room has poor heating, and the separate bothy is not that comfortable."